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Summer challenges plants, workers

You never get a second chance to make a first impression. That old adage is something Robert Trevino, manager of TWU’s landscape operations, takes to heart every day.

Carolyn Moore, Deb Unruh, Torrey Alexis

UPDATE: The story has been picked up by Marketplace, the national NPR show. Carolyn Moore (nutrition and food sciences, Houston) and Deb Unruh (Student Life, Houston) and nutrition and food sciences

Elizabeth Restrepo

Elizabeth Restrepo (nursing, Dallas) was quoted in a June 1 Ob.Gyn. News story on the lower risk of neonatal deaths in high-volume hospitals.

Wyona Freysteinson

Wyona Freysteinson (nursing, Houston) wrote an article, “Facing the Mirror after Amputation,” which was published in the May 30 issue of Public Health Post.

Paul Bones

Paul Bones (sociology) was quoted in a May 24 Dallas Child story about raising emotionally healthy boys.

Kevin Cruser

Kevin Cruser (governmental and legislative affairs) was mentioned in a May 25 Denton Record-Chronicle story on Denton Chamber of Commerce participation in a Washington, D.C., fly-in program.

Carine M. Feyten, Monica Mendez-Grant, Katheryn Besadesky

Chancellor Carine M. Feyten, Monica Mendez-Grant (student life) and TWU Residence Hall Association president Katheryn Besadesky were quoted in a May 17 Denton Record-Chronicle story on the

Shannon Mantaro

Shannon Mantaro (Center for Women in Business) ran a column on becoming an entrepreneur at a later age in the May 15 Denton Record-Chronicle.

Michelle Buggs, Odemaris Ramirez

Michelle Buggs (Undergraduate Academic Programs) was quoted in a May 13 Denton Record-Chronicle story on Odemaris Ramirez, who graduated TWU on May 12. Ramirez, who was brought to the U.S. illegally

Parker Hevron

Parker Hevron (government) was included in a May 11, 2018, Dallas Innovates roundup of research and development in Dallas-Fort Worth for his study on media coverage and its possible effects on what

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